You thought you already knew enough about the Balkans; or simply never bothered to learn anything about it? You’re not to blame as the images were mostly those of war atrocities, too many historical references, ongoing crime with much corruption and not so much teeth. However, is there anything funny at all about it? Delivered in a hour-long show by one of their natives, in a manner best described by its slogan: Filthy Mouth. Clean Heart. Balkan Brain!
In his first comedy special, Lance Woods shares his unique take on race relations, slave movies, dating and plenty of yeah-he-just-went-there moments. Undeniable showcases Lance’s distinctive ability to be an equal opportunity offender.
DJ the Chicago Kid, taped during a pandemic at the historic Rose Bowl in Pasadena, is an hour-long roller coaster of things that have made Dave Helem who he is, both good and bad. The comedian and former math teacher’s laid back style of storytelling and vivid imagination takes us on a journey of topics that range from his glory days in the classroom, how protesting doesn’t look the same for everyone, and why he won’t go back to Canada. This debut special is one not to be missed.
Check your political correctness at the door and bring your finest, biggest wig for a raucous, no-holds-barred roast of one of San Francisco’s favorite larger-than-life drag personalities, the one and only Heklina-aka Stefan Grygelko.
Meet Nate – Your stereotypical masculine man just trying to be better. Executive produced by Amy Poehler and directed by Philip Burgers, Natalie Palamides: Nate – A One Man Show follows an alpha male, portrayed by Natalie Palamides, learning to express emotion and understand the rules of consent. The can-crushing, axe-yielding special premieres globally on Netflix.
Life-long friends Kat and Janet see everything flipped upside down as they hit senior year. Shy Kat is now popular, hooking up at parties, while misfit Janet is put on strange medication for her “bad behavior.” Things get even odder when Janet meets a cute boy who might be a time traveler, and Kat’s panicked parents send her off to sex rehab. Can anything make life in the suburbs normal again? Life-long friends Kat and Janet see everything flipped upside down as they hit senior year. Shy Kat is now popular, hooking up at parties, while misfit Janet is put on strange medication for her “bad behavior.” Things get even odder when Janet meets a cute boy who might be a time traveler, and Kat’s panicked parents send her off to sex rehab. Can anything make life in the suburbs normal again?
In his first stand-up special, Arsenio Hall discusses getting older, the changing time and culture, social issues and even bothersome baby toes.
Canada’s global comedy rockstar Russell Peters is back with an international stand-up event from ‘the Motherland’. Recorded in front of a sold-out audience at Mumbai’s NSCI Stadium, Russell hilariously explores his life as a middle-aged man dealing with health issues, relationships and fatherhood, plus Russell’s lightening-fast signature improv with India’s best and brightest.
Gina Brillon has always had a unique approach to life’s ups and downs; handling them with a humor and sass that comes natural to the Bronx born Latina. In her third stand up special, Brillon holds no punches when discussing her childhood, culture and the transition from single to married life with her Midwestern husband. Gina effortlessly guides the audience on a brazen journey of love, laughter and heart.
In his debut stand-up special, “America’s Got Talent” finalist and comedian Preacher Lawson overshares about losing a million dollars to a child, sleeping in a race-car bed in high school, frequently peeing his pants and being vegan.
Filmed live in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, “Big In Asia” is the first stand-up comedy special from internationally acclaimed comedian Brian Aylward. A Newfoundland native with the gift of gab, Brian shares a huge sack of hilarious stories from his adventures throughout Asia. Brian is also a former Canadian Comedy Award winner for “Best Stand-up Comic.” It’s all original, brilliantly observational comedy that bridges the cultural gap. Expect the unexpected from one of stand-up comedy’s new breakout stars.
In his debut special taped in Brooklyn, Haitian born stand-up comedian, TJ, tackles with his conversational style the perils of English as a third language, evil children, race, and the metoo movement. No subject is off limits in this smart, edgy, and, most of all, hilarious debut.
Comedian Maz Jobrani lights up Dubai with his latest comedy special tackling universal topics like politics, parenting, and social issues. In a time of divisiveness, he brings laughter to a sold out international audience and shows how much we all have in common. Plus bonus material from his days under the coronavirus pandemic lockdown.
Jesus Trejo’s first one-hour special, “Stay At Home Son”, explores the Long Beach native’s upbringing as seen through his comedic lens. As an only-child to immigrant parents, Trejo grew up learning many of life’s lessons in the most unconventional ways, all while constantly feeling the need to meet his parents’ high expectations. From running his first marathon, to winning his first fight, “Stay at Home Son” paints the picture of a first generation Mexican-American, who goes to great lengths to impress his parents.
Brash Boys Club, one-night of stand-up, gay comedy featuring three diverse comedians each doing a half-hour set.
In his first comedy special, hilarious comedian Hannibal Thompson gives you non-stop laughs as he performs in front of a live audience in Sacramento, California. Hannibal delivers raw, gut-busting entertainment that will leave you in stitches as he addresses the audience and everyday topics including his family, relationships, hip hop, and more.
Live from New York, Steve Brown brings his high-pitched, high-energy voice to his hilarious first comedy special, Yeah, I Talk Like This. Detroit born and Southern raised, Steve brings soulful humor and antics to create hilariously inventive characters that we can all relate to.
Pablo Francisco may be the most outrageous comedian in the country with sold-out concerts and a cult fan base that’s exploding worldwide. No topic is off limits in this no-holds-barred look at movies, music, video games and celebrities. See what fans who know him from MADtv, Family Guy and HBO are talking about in this original live concert that’s a must-have for any comedy fan.
Comedian Margaret Cho performs in front of a live audience in this provocative and hilarious comedy special event, tackling off-limits issues from Boko Haram to female empowerment with her razor sharp insight and wit.
Named by Variety as “One of the top ten comics to watch,” comedian Loni Love has taken stand-up comedy to new heights.